Author Biographical Info

Thomas A. Stanwood, a Galveston physician during the yellow fever epidemic, disagreed with a conservative course of treatement of the disease, and, "in addition to repeated bleeding, Stanwood called for the use of mercury and opium."

Publication Date

1856

Identifier

MS021-103

Keywords

Historical documents, 19th century, Texas

Location

Galveston, TX

Abstract

Receipt for payment of medical services provided to J.H. Spillman? During last illness, paid by E. Stone, administrator of estate. See more at John P. McGovern, MD Collection of Texas Historical Medical Documents and its finding aid.

Comments

Digital copy made available by Texas Medical Center Library.

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